Food Service Worker

Company or Organization
Job Description
Part Time 6:00a.m.-9:30a.m. Non-Exempt. Every other weekend required.
Wage Range $11.80 – $15.41/hour

Under the general direction of the Director of Dietary Services, performs routine work incidental to food preparation and serving on resident households, including assisting in resident feeding. Provides training to new staff.

•Directly responsible for dishwashing operation and sanitation in Household support spaces
•Helps move food product in and out of main kitchen area to resident Households. Portions food and serves in accordance with diet and preferences
•Participates in meal service in dining rooms, including set-up of meals and feeding residents
•Daily cleaning of food service equipment and the dietary environment in Households and the main kitchen
•Bakes food items on the Household as necessary
•Participates in resident and facility emergencies
•Functions as a member of the team and participates in routine Household meetings
•Completes all mandatory in-services
•Reports change of resident condition and tracks/updates resident diet changes
•Regular attendance and punctuality required
•Responds to call lights and provides non-personal assistance as needed or obtain proper help
•Represents Clearview in a positive and professional manner at all times while at work
•Performs related duties as required or assigned


Knowledge and respect for resident rights

Knowledge of and ability to comply with policies and procedures

Knowledge of state and applicable federal codes

Ability to demonstrate techniques of prevention and management of physical crisis

Ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions

Ability to read and comprehend printed work (i.e. production sheets, recipes, diet modifications, etc.)

Ability to perform simple math and comprehend military time

Ability to recognize change in resident’s condition

Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and work as cooperative team members

Must have flexibility to adjust work schedule to meet resident, staffing or facility needs.


High school diploma or GED equivalent with six (6) months prior experience in food service, preferably in an institutional setting, or acceptable equivalent. Must be certified as a feeding assistant or become certified within orientation period.


Long-term care facility environment with exposure to infectious agents, chemical agents and behavioral residents. Must be able to work in an environment where specialized resident programs are implemented. Occasional working under distractions and difficult circumstances.


The County of Dodge is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.